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81. Clay County, Missouri History Clay County, Missouri History File contains an article about the early history of Clay County public schools, including the Mosby Country School in 1836, and the settlement of the county in general, starting in the 1810s-1820s.

82. Clay County: Suburban Area Clay County: Suburban Area 1966 Map of part of Clay County, Missouri, showing roads, railroads, public transportation lines, hospitals, schools, and parks.

83. Clay School Clay School

84. Dealing with the Transportation of "Precious Cargo" Dealing with the Transportation of "Precious Cargo" November/5-11/1998 Discusses issues surrounding the transportation of children to area schools.

85. Desegregation of Kansas City Schools Desegregation of Kansas City Schools

86. District Walks Fine Line in Reopening an Icon District Walks Fine Line in Reopening an Icon December 3, 2007 The Kansas City School District is planning to open an early college school focused on math and science in the former Southwest High School building. "It will provide a college-level curriculum that will...

87. Douglass School Douglass School N.d. Caption on back of the photograph reads "member of the Board of Education and administrative staff watch the pouring of the first concrete at the Douglass School".

88. Douglass School Douglass School N.d. Street side view of Douglass School under construction.

89. Dunbar School Dunbar School

90. E. C. White School E. C. White School

91. E.F. Swinney School Building E.F. Swinney School Building n.d Exterior view of the E. F. Swinney Public School at W. 47th and West Prospect Place (Jarboe). It was also the location of the Swinney Branch Library.

92. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Early history of educational institutions as they related to growth of the city from 1865 to 1870.

93. Early Reminiscence Early Reminiscence Recounting of how Catherine Stumbaugh's McKee's mother taught at a "colored school" in Kansas City in 1865.

94. East High School East High School

95. Education: When Desegregation Backfires Education: When Desegregation Backfires July/31/1989 Photos and article about the continuing failure to desegregate schools in the Kansas City School District, despite attempts with magnet schools, improvement of inner-city public schools, and proposed vouchers...

96. Educational Organization and Progress in American Cities: A Symposium on Present Educational Conditions Educational Organization and Progress in American Cities: A Symposium on Present Educational Conditions and Needs January//1905 Description of the Kansas City public school system in the context of school systems of several major cities.

97. Eighth Grade in Kansas City Eighth Grade in Kansas City January 31, 1946

98. Eighth Grade of 4,500 Eighth Grade of 4,500 August/13/1946 Article about the experimental "first city-wide eighth grade classes" in Kansas City, partly instituted to shrink high school freshman rolls.

99. Emerson School Emerson School

100. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 History of the Kansas City School District, organized in 1866, with the Board of Education organized in 1867, describing its buildings, supervision, school work, methods of progress, etc., up to 1900.